Nikko G-pack Tre 04-05 Kawasaki Zx-10 on 2040-parts.com
Swansea, Massachusetts, US
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Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice)
Item must be returned within:14 Days
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Please call us at (508-379-0100) within 5 days of receipt of your item and obtain a RMA #
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Nikko G-Pack. *******BRAND NEW********
Retail price is $235 - get it for much less
2004-2005 KAWASAKI ZX-10
Not a cheap TRE, this actually adds power not take in way & allows your factory gear indicator to work as it should not but tricking it bike into thinking the bike is in 5th gear.
Nikko G-Pack RPM Performance Module. Nikko Racing developed the G-Pack module to optimise the performance of engines to the maximum. Particularly during the phases of acceleration from low to mid range.
NIKKO G-PACK RPM MODULE INFO
Nikko G-Pack was especially developed to bypass the RPM-limitator installed by the manufacturers in order to conform with local regulations imposed in a number of countries.
The result of this research: maximum torque and power with exceptional acceleration in the low and mid range permitting full exploitation of your engine power band resulting in greater riding pleasures.
The Nikko Racing G-Pack module was designed to epitomize the performance of your engine, particularly during the phases of acceleration from low to midrange. The end result: maximum torque and power with outstanding acceleration in the low and midrange permitting full utilization of your engine's power band. The G-Pack is most effective between 2000 & 7500 RPM (up to 12000 RPM on certain models) in 2nd and 3rd gear. Simply install the G-Pack between the connectors and the ignition box (CDI) of your
motorcycle without any changes or modifications to your bike's electric system. If needed the Nikko G-Pack can be disconnected in minutes, restoring your motorcycle to its original configuration.
The G-Pack Over 3 series was specially developed to offer all of the benefits of the regular G-Pack while also bypassing the RPM limitation installed by the manufacturers. (Specifically the 186 mph limit on the Suzuki GSXR 1000, GSX1300R Hayabusa and the Kawasaki ZX12R.)
Maximum acceleration in Mid to Low Range
Removes factory top speed restriction
Can be used with fuel system management devices (power commander)
Quick & easy installation and removal
No permanent changes are made to the bike.
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